There's a singular word for that title.
Though I ranted about this in my post “Black Men Behaving Badly” a couple of months back, after reading Kim du Toit’s excellent screed on the de-masculinization of American men, I felt the need to do it again.
I don’t normally frequent either his or Mrs. du Toit’s site, though I’ve looked both over a time or two. After so many links around the blogosphere to Kim’s rant, both sites are down. However, today Mrs. du Toit’s site today is back up, at least the front page shell. There, she makes this observation:
Men create and defend societies. Women civilize them.
Men have been holding up their end of the bargain. We women have dropped the ball entirely.
We can, must, and will do better.Target hit. (I think I'll check out the Mrs' site a little more thoroughly after it comes back up.)
When I linked to Kim’s post as a reason I’m not married, I meant this: I haven’t run into many guys that I would trust to do right by me. (To be fair, I can think of two that I know personally, but both live very far away.) Why should they do right? They know that they don't have to do right because enough women are content to settle for anything with the physical equipment.
Especially many black women.
How did this come to be? Too many black women (70%) have dropped the ball when they allowed black men—other men too, but primarily black ones—to reproduce with them without any sort of commitment.
I don’t know how many times I’ve had people ask me why I don’t have children. When I say it’s because I’m not married, the standard, “every other women does it” comes out of some idiotarian mouth. Some have even come out and said that I didn’t need a husband, that I could get aid; the welfare state as father figure.
Is the state going to teach my son that a real man treats women with respect even if she doesn’t respect herself? Will it play football with him? Take him for his first haircut? Will it teach him that a real man protects beings weaker—physically and otherwise--than himself? That a real man doesn't have to swear all the time or shout to let others know that he's a real man?
Is the state going to teach my daughter that if a man hits her, to pick up the heaviest object she can wield and try to stuff it down his throat? (Heh. That's from my stepfather) That a real woman doesn’t hit a man without expecting to get back? That a real woman doesn’t have to be afraid to show that she’s intelligent? That a real woman keeps her hair, hands and feet clean?
My usual response to the why-no-kid query, the requisite, “if 10 million idiots jumped off a cliff” analogy has gotten old. Now it has become something like this: “So. You want me to produce another little fatherless gang banger standing on Western and Manchester terrorizing your son?”
Yes, my friends, this is the mentality that the welfare state has produced. This is the mentality that too many black women have set into perpetual motion by allowing black men to have the milk without buying the cow. And what do we get as a result? Well, I don’t like to use this word but it’s the only one that fits. We get a whole lot of p*ssies-- and not the kind most of you guys want to get next to. Yes, indeed. A man who does not discharge the duties of a real man, who allows others, or the state to do so, is most definitely a p*ssy. And his abandoned children, especially the male ones, become the same. How can it be otherwise, with women teaching them how to become "men?"
This is the uniquely black American turn of the P*ssification of all American men. And, yes, just as with other American women, we allowed it happen.
AFTERTHOUGHT: The prosecution of LTC Allen B. West is an example of how men are *persecuted* for being real men, i.e. doing what they have to do to get a difficult job done.